The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – which has not yet been confirmed nor denied – is now the topic of a newly released video leak. YouTuber Jimmy Is Pro has revealed what he claims to be a short hands-on clip of the forthcoming flagship smartphone created by Samsung.
The YouTuber previously posted an image from his time with the mobile device, which showcased that the Note’s trademark S Pen could be utilized in a new pointer mode, which could be employed by owners to browse on the phone’s screen, select icons, and so on.
The released video also indicated that the location of both the S Pen port and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s speaker had been relocated at the bottom of the device. Previously, the Note lineup had both ports on the left side of the bottom, as seen from the back. Still, the Note 20 Ultra of this year will apparently have them placed on the right side.
Other Features to Expect in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Other functions shown in the video include a big bump for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s multiple rear camera array. It also shows that the One UI variant running on the flagship is version 2.5 of the operating system.
Perhaps the main point we can draw from the leaked video is just how massive the camera module is on the rear side of the phone. Simply put, it is huge. The leaker said that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s camera bump is actually even bigger than the one on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. On various tests and reviews, the size of the camera bump created some annoying issues on a table, for instance, more so when the phone vibrated.
We will definitely see the official launch of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra as part of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event. The conference is set to take place on August 5th as an online-only event.